Publishers Ubisoft are teaming up with ABC Studios to bring out a game based on the hit television series Grey's Anatomy. The platforms will include Wii, DS and PC.
For those who have never seen the show, me included, it's based in a hospital and follows the medical antics of a Dr Meredith Grey. Ubisoft's Christian Salomon spoke:
"We're thrilled to be collaborating with ABC to turn this phenomenal series into an interactive game experience. In Grey's Anatomy: The Video Game, fans will get a chance to take on the roles of all of their favorite doctors in a brand new original storyline. As each doctor, players will make important personal and professional decisions, explore the direct relationships with each other and perform delicate surgeries the series is known for, all through fun and engaging gameplay".
The current release date is listed as March 10th, 2009.
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